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    • Wed, November 14, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • TBD

    Meeting agenda is under development.

    Board meetings and their associated meeting minutes are accessible to members. If you want attend, we only ask that you notify us two days prior to the scheduled meeting so that we can add you to the list we submit to building security.  Reach out to any Board member or email contact@atdnyc.org.


    • Thu, November 15, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • 151 East 25th Street, 7th Floor - Room 763, New York, NY 10010
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    Reference Insight Can Help You Better Select and Develop Your Employees

    Reference checks are conducted by many organizations, but is your organization getting the most value out of this part of the hiring process?  Attend the next People Science SIG event to learn about the latest in state of the art pre-hire competency measurement with Cynthia A. Hedricks and Disha Rupayana of SkillSurvey! 

    They'll be reviewing a case study of analyses of both competency ratings and narrative comments provided by employment references for those applying for IT positions, from entry-level jobs to the executive leadership level.  In the study, they highlight the ability of text analysis of narrative comments to identify both strengths and developmental feedback of candidates.  They will also be debunking some myths around the process of reference checking, and share some best practices that you can use to get the most value out of information that is provided by those who have worked in the past with your job candidate or current employee.



    Presenters


    Cynthia A. Hedricks

    Dr. Cynthia A. Hedricks conducts studies and publishes behavioral science research. She just celebrated her 11 th year as Chief Analytics Officer at SkillSurvey, where she has been assessing the role of a job candidate’s past work behavior, as observed by others, on critical outcomes of interest to organizations, such as impact on customer or patient experience, quality of hire, retention, and diversity initiatives. Most recently, she has also been using others’ feedback to explore the career readiness of college students. Today she will co-present the results of themes that have emerged from text analytic research on narrative comments provided by job references - focusing on feedback provided for candidates applying for a variety of roles in the area of Information Technology. Before joining the corporate world, Cynthia was a university professor, teaching courses on research methods, statistics, and the nature of work and leisure. She completed a PhD in Biopsychology at The University of Chicago. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Society for Human Resource Management, and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.


    Disha Rupayana

    Dr. Disha D. Rupayana is the Director of Analytics at SkillSurvey. She is an expert in the area of job applicant selection, survey creation, and analytics. She has presented her work at national and regional conferences focused on research and practice in Industrial/Organizational Psychology as well as Human Resources. Her research has been published in peer-reviewed journals and popular press such as the Harvard Business Review. She received her Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Kansas State University.




    Agenda: 

    5.30pm  Doors Open
    6.00pm  Presentation by SkillSurvey
    6.45pm  Q&A
    7.00pm  Messages from People Science SIG 
    7:30pm  Adjourn


    Costs: $0 for ATDNYC Members; $15 for Visitors

    Registration Deadline and Requirements Register before 11/12/2018 

    Contact:

    Chair: Syeed Islam (sy@talentmetrics.io)

    Co-Chair: Lyndon Llanes (lyndon.llanes@verizon.com)


    Location:151 East 25th Street, 7th Floor - Room 763, New York, NY 10010


    • Wed, November 28, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Learning delivered right to your desk!
    • 66
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    NOTE: Registration opens 30 days prior to this event. 

    How do you build a coaching organization that engages all generations—including Millennials and Generation Z—towards full potential and business success? Such efforts require a systems approach where you capture the “perfect storm” of ideas in our field in a mindful way. You need to utilize the three building blocks of mindset, dialogue, and infrastructure to create a coaching culture and then incorporate concrete measures to gain credibility and demonstrate results. Through real company examples and access to several job aids, you will learn the following through this dynamic webinar:

    • How a coaching culture increases engagement and meets the needs of different generations
    • Ways to gain organizational support and manage resistance
    • Tips for measuring coaching organizations
    • Coaching tools for influencing individual, group, and total organizational results 

    Your presenter:

    Dr. Virginia (Ginny) Bianco-Mathis 

    Dr. Virginia Bianco-Mathis — Professor and Director, School of Business, Marymount University and Managing Partner, Strategic Performance Group — has held leadership positions at major organizations and presently is helping several companies develop coaching organizations. Her publications include Building a Coaching Organization, Organizational Coaching: Building Relationships and Programs that Drive Results, and Everyday Coaching (just published). She teaches several courses and conducts webinars for ATD and other associations in the world of organizational diagnosis and change, leadership, performance, and coaching. 

    Agenda: 6pm-7pm Webinar

    Costs: Members - free; Guests - $25

    Registration Deadline and Requirements: None

    Contact: Zachary Konopka  zachary.konopka@skilitics.com

    • Tue, December 04, 2018
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • Learning at Your Desk
    • 59
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    * Registration is open.  Sign up early to ensure your spot.

    About the Webinar

    Based on recent research (Hodge 2014), coaching supervision is here to stay. While some coaches may still question the usefulness and relevance, reflecting on practice on a one-to-one basis has been found to be extremely useful and highly valued. It is often a vital ingredient in the coach’s professional wellbeing and effectiveness.

    Despite this there is still a level of misunderstanding, even resistance in the market place, so what is coaching supervision and what does it really involve? what are its functions and purpose? Is it solely a one-to-one dialogue with a qualified other? what are the different types of coaching supervision? What are some of its uses and benefits? and who is it for? What other approaches are effective that enable coaches to practice safely, ethically and professionally? What part does supervision play in keeping coaches “fit for purpose”, especially given the demands and challenges of coaching, particularly in an organizational context with the complexities of multiple-stakeholders and the constantly changing economic, political and market conditions across the globe.

    In this webinar, participants will learn more about what supervision involves, why it matters and how it contributes to professional practice. This participative session will aim to engage you in the question as a way to explore how supervision may best support coaches at all levels and stages of professional and personal development.

    ......................

      Dr Alison Hodge 

    ABOUT THE PRESENTER

    Dr Alison Hodge is an accredited Executive Coach at Master Practitioner level with EMCC UK and is accredited as Executive Coaching Supervisor with EMCC & APECS.  She works globally as a coaching supervisor with individuals and groups of both internal and external executive coaches who have a particular interest in individual, group and organiZational change and development.   She is a member of faculty and supervises supervisors-in-training with CSA (Coaching Supervision Academy).  She graduated with her DProf in Coaching Supervision at Middlesex University in July 2014.

    Alison has a particular interest in the relational phenomena that occur in supervision and how this can inform the supervisee about their own process with their client relationships as well as what may be occurring in their individual and organizational client systems.  

    Webinar information will be emailed directly to participants.

    Co-sponsored by ICF-NYC Chapter

     

    This webinar satisfies ICF requirements for 1.0 Continuing Coach Education Units in  Resource Development.  Certificates will be issued upon valid webinar attendance.

    Contact:
    angela.wright@atdnyc.org

    Session 2 - Making the most of our supervision: the purpose, the preparation and participation - will be January 22 .  

    Sign up separately to attend Session 2

    • Wed, December 05, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • WeWork Bryant Park

    Meeting agenda is under development.

    Board meetings and their associated meeting minutes are accessible to members. If you want attend, we only ask that you notify us two days prior to the scheduled meeting so that we can add you to the list we submit to building security.  Reach out to any Board member or email contact@atdnyc.org.


    • Thu, December 06, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Learning delivered right to your desk!
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    WHY LIBRARIES AND RESEARCH MATTER FOR TALENT DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONALS

    Join ATD NYC (Association for Talent Development New York City Chapter) at the Science Industries and Business Library (SIBL) to explore the great value of Research and Libraries for Talent Development Professionals. 

    This chapter event is organized in a close collaboration with the Career Development Special Interest Group (SIG).

    This event can be especially useful for small Learning and Development teams in nonprofit, healthcare, public and cultural institutions. 


    Kick-off with an interactive presentation to explore resources

    We will deep dive into priority research topics for Learning, Talent and Organizational development professionals. Our speakers, Marzena Ermler and Ross Takahashi (see below) will explore available resources that can help you to stay up to date with current developments and trends in the profession, and to develop careers and small businesses.  They will showcase how to research evidence-based interventions, and how to access critical data such as databases with industry surveys and market research.

    Panel Discussion
    Our Panel of researchers and talent development professionals will discuss the importance of research and Library Resources, both for their individual practice, as for our profession at large.


    Our Panelist and Presenters:

    Barbara Phillips, ATD Co-Chair of the Career Development SIG

    Barbara is a multi-faceted talent management consultant, transition and executive coach, trainer and facilitator with 20 years of Human Resources and Organization Development experience in world class, global organizations.  As a professional certified coach, Barbara focuses on career transitions (what’s next, job search strategy, branding, networking, interviewing, etc.)  She also coaches recently outplaced executives in mid-life and/or on the cusp of retirement to help them plan for their “Third Act” (Encore Career and retirement transition).  Her clients span Fortune 500 companies, non-profits and private clients.


    Marzena Ermler, NYPL Career Services  Manager at The New York Public Library

    Marzena is a career coach and a learning and development professional who as NYPL’s  Career Services Manager creates programs and services for job seekers. Marzena earned two masters degrees in Information Management and Foreign Language Teaching (she speaks, German, Polish and Russian fluently), which made her uniquely skilled in providing diverse learners with life-long learning and career development strategies.  She holds coaching, leadership development, and training management certificates. Her special interests and ​strengths are: career and personal development, information literacy, and leadership development.

    Shani Carter, ATD VP of Operations

    Shani is a Professor of Business and has been at Wagner College since fall 2015. She has a Ph.D.in Personnel/Human Resource Studies, Labor Economics, and Research Methodology, an M.S.in Personnel/Human Resource Studies and Labor Economics, and a B.A. in Government. Shani teaches Strategic Human Resources, Entrepreneurship, Organizational Behavior, International Business, International Management, and Total Quality Management. She has published more than 30 articles and conference proceedings on training methods, factors of cognitive ability, affect, skill certification, measurement, student learning outcomes assessment, coefficient alpha, skills shortages, diversity, gender, and government labor force projections.

    Robert Hellmann, ATD Co-Chair of the Career Development SIG

    Robert Hellmann is President of Hellmann Career Consulting, where he provides career and executive coaching services as well as workshops and consulting on Presentations, Pitches and LinkedIn.  He’s a certified Five O'Clock Club Senior Career and Executive Coach as well as an adjunct Instructor at New York University.
    Rob's background includes 20 years of experience in Organizational Development and Marketing at employers including American Express, JP Morgan Chase, and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.  He has developed career workshops for higher-education including Columbia University, Harvard Business School, New York University, Fordham University, and more.

    Ross Takahashi  NYPL/SIBL - Assistant Manager for Public Services at The New York Public Library

    Ross Takahashi’s public service career at NYPL spans more than 30 years. He currently oversees SIBL’s Information Services and coordinates the Education Program, which includes classes on specialized business resources, small business, finance and investments, and industry and technology. He is available for in-depth research consultations as well as class instruction sessions. He received a BA in Psychology from the University of California at Santa Cruz and an MLS from Queens College. 


    • Wed, December 12, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • WeWork Bryant Park, 54 W 40th St, 2nd Fl. New York, NY 10018, New York, New York
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    Let the warmth of friendship take the chill from the air,

    and the spirit of the season make winter easier to bear.

    ATD NYC invites you to it’s annual Holiday Extravaganza!!!

    Location: WeWork Bryant Park 

    54 W 40th St, 2nd Fl. New York, NY 10018, New York, New York

    Food and Complimentary Bar will be included with purchase of ticket.

    • Wed, January 09, 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM (EST)
    • WeWork
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    This event was originally scheduled for November 7th.  It was postponed/ rescheduled for January 9th.


    NOTE: Member registration opens 30 days prior to this event. Non-member registration opens 15 days prior to this event.

    Program Description:

    Similar to many other organizations, Commvault recognized the need for formal talent development and performance evaluation processes. To address this issue, HR partnered with the business to take a grassroots approach to performance management, focusing on the needs and preferences of the business to roll out an ongoing process of monitoring talent, developing talent, and data collection. 

    This process allows HR and business leaders to view performance, potential, and other key metrics, not only helping make talent conversation more effective but also serving as an input to other talent development conversations. 

    The result was a quick (10 minutes) performance management process that delivers actionable data used to make strategic talent decisions. Joe Ilvento, the tools author, will share with us the process Commvault went through to craft the solution, a live demo of the tool in action and answer any and all questions so you can leverage all or parts of this CLO Magazine award winning, CEB Gartner Case Study recognized solution.

    Joe Ilvento Biography:


    Joe Ilvento is the Chief Learning Officer and WW Director of Talent Development for Commvault. Working closely with the Global VP of Strategic Human Resources, he supports the leadership and development of Commvault employees worldwide. Joe has built and delivered a comprehensive leadership development program, selected and implemented a global learning and talent management system, and built various award winning learning and talent solutions. His work has been recognized by the Corporate Executive Board, CLO Magazine as a two-time Learning Innovation Award Winner and he is often asked to speak about his innovative approaches to learning and performance management. Commvault’s Unlocking Potential talent management model is both effective and innovative and includes dynamically created individual development plans and learning paths. Prior to Commvault, Joe was with Citigroup for 12 years where he served as the Director of Learning & Development Citi’s Global Functions, led the Citi Professional Development COE, and was an executive coach for Citi’s Business Leadership Programs. Prior to Citi, Joe was a management and training consultant for Fortune 200 companies and government agencies. Joe is a Certified Master Trainer and the author of three books, Nobody to Somebody, License to Sell, and License to Serve. He has a BS in Psychology a Master’s Degree in Education and e-Education.

    *CEB Case Study (Login Credentials Required)*




    NOTE: Member registration opens 30 days prior to this event. Non-member registration opens 15 days prior to this event.
    • Tue, January 22, 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • Learning at Your Desk!
    • 125
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    About the Webinar

    In this webinar we will take a fresh look at what coaching supervision needs to offer in order to keep executive coaches fit for practice.

    Research (Hodge 2014) endorses and verifies that the power of the relationship is at the heart of effective reflective practice in supervision. Here we will consider how together supervisor and coach co-create the core conditions to enable learning through dialogue and reflection on self and practice contribute to keeping coaches fit for purpose. The findings invite us to take a look at what coaching supervision needs to be and how the modeling of the supervisor supports coaches in keeping fit for practice.   

    So, what part do supervisor and supervisee play in creating this effective learning relationship? Who is responsible for what? How do both participants in this dyad attend to the developmental and restorative purpose that meets the supervisee’s needs? How can the supervisee make the most of this practice to gain greater self-awareness and insight to deepen their capacity to be at their best with their clients?

    In this webinar, participants will learn about the key elements that support effective reflection on practice and consider some of the options beyond the supervision dialogue.


    ......................

      Dr Alison Hodge 

    ABOUT THE PRESENTER

    Dr Alison Hodge is an accredited Executive Coach at Master Practitioner level with EMCC UK and is accredited as Executive Coaching Supervisor with EMCC & APECS.  She works globally as a coaching supervisor with individuals and groups of both internal and external executive coaches who have a particular interest in individual, group and organiZational change and development.   She is a member of faculty and supervises supervisors-in-training with CSA (Coaching Supervision Academy).  She graduated with her DProf in Coaching Supervision at Middlesex University in July 2014.

    Alison has a particular interest in the relational phenomena that occur in supervision and how this can inform the supervisee about their own process with their client relationships as well as what may be occurring in their individual and organizational client systems.  

    Webinar information will be emailed directly to participants.

    Contact:
    angela.wright@atdnyc.org

Past events

Thu, November 08, 2018 Coaching Center of Excellence: Introduction to Evidence Based Coaching
Wed, November 07, 2018 eLearning SIG: Case Studies: Success Stories and Lessons Learned
Wed, November 07, 2018 VIP Package: 2-day CCoE Workshop Event
Wed, November 07, 2018 Coaching Center of Excellence: Driving Peak Performance – Positive Psychology in Leadership, Coaching and the Workplace
Wed, October 24, 2018 Chapter Webinar: The Neuroscience of Habit Formation
Thu, October 18, 2018 ATD NYC Networking Event October 2018
Thu, October 11, 2018 ATD Chapter Leaders Conference (ATD ALC)
Wed, October 10, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting - October
Tue, October 09, 2018 SPONSOR WEBINAR: Beyond Checking the Box: Sexual Harassment Training That Works by Grovo
Wed, October 03, 2018 Chapter Event: Iterative Solution Design, Creating a Culture of Continuous Feedback & Learning
Wed, September 26, 2018 Chapter Webinar: Why Wellness in the Workplace is Now a Necessity, Not an Option
Wed, September 26, 2018 Innovation + Entrepreneurship Summit: Where Learning Technologies and Your Career Meet, hosted ny ATD NNJ
Wed, September 19, 2018 eLearning SIG: No-Budget Gamification Returns!
Tue, September 18, 2018 Coaching SIG: Feedback & Coaching: Key Challenges & Best Practices
Wed, September 12, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting - September
Wed, September 12, 2018 SPONSOR WEBINAR: Training in the Era of #metoo:Preparing for New York’s Sexual Harassment Laws by Grovo
Wed, September 12, 2018 Webinar - Career Development SIG (Free Event): Learning to Love the Job You Hate
Tue, September 04, 2018 Chapter Event: Elliott Masie - Learning Trends, Disrupters, and the Hype you need to know
Wed, August 29, 2018 Chapter Webinar: Leading Your Career: 10 Essential Tips For Success!
Wed, August 15, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting - August
Wed, August 08, 2018 Chapter Event: Engagement. Productivity. Profit.
Mon, August 06, 2018 Coaching Center of Excellence: Accepting Applications for International Coach Supervision Training
Tue, July 31, 2018 Chapter Webinar: Incorporating Microlearning Techniques into the Virtual Classroom
Thu, July 26, 2018 People Science SIG: Workshop - Ethics in Data and AI for Beginners
Wed, July 25, 2018 Coaching Center of Excellence, Webinar: Positive Psychology Coaching Navigating Professional & Personal Success
Tue, July 24, 2018 Chapter Event: Summer in the City Mixer
Wed, July 18, 2018 Coaching Center of Excellence: Maximizing Your Coaching Personality and Energy For Powerful Results
Wed, July 11, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting - July
Wed, June 27, 2018 Chapter Webinar: Getting Hard Data from “Soft Skills” Training
Wed, June 20, 2018 Performance Support SIG: From Training Designer to Performance Consultant (Webcast)
Wed, June 13, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting - June
Wed, June 06, 2018 Coaching Center of Excellence Workshop: Master Class on Team Coaching with Professor David Clutterbuck
Wed, June 06, 2018 Servant Leadership Live!
Tue, June 05, 2018 Chapter Event: Driving Innovation Through Talent Development with ATD CEO Tony Bingham
Wed, May 30, 2018 Chapter Webinar: Performance-Focused Smile Sheets: Radical Rethinking of a Dangerous Art Form
Wed, May 30, 2018 Career Development SIG: Your Resume vs. Your LinkedIn Profile: What ATD Members Need to Know
Wed, May 23, 2018 Sponsor Webinar: Transforming Attitudes and Actions - How Leaders Create Engaging Workplace Cultures
Tue, May 22, 2018 Coaching SIG: The Un-Clear and Present Danger, Mental Health Issues & Duty of Care in Coaching
Wed, May 16, 2018 eLearning SIG: The ABCs of Writing Great eLearning Voiceover Scripts
Thu, May 10, 2018 ATD NYC Networking Event May 2018
Wed, May 09, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting - May
Wed, May 02, 2018 Chapter Event: Accelerating Learning in Age of “I Want it Now” w/ CLO Andrea Elkin of ADP
Thu, April 26, 2018 Coaching Center of Excellence: When You’re Neither E nor I: Beyond Sorting Hat Personality Measures
Wed, April 25, 2018 Chapter Webinar: Dispelling the Neuromyths of Learning
Thu, April 12, 2018 People Science SIG: Generation Z - Planning for the Next Wave of Employees
Wed, April 11, 2018 Coaching Center of Excellence Joint ICF-ATD NYC Webinar: Becoming a Systemic Coach - A Practical Perspective
Wed, April 11, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting - April
Wed, April 04, 2018 Chapter Event: The Journey Towards Innovative Talent Development w/ New York Presbyterian
Thu, March 29, 2018 Chapter Webinar: The 10 HUGE Mistakes Made When Preparing for L&D Disruption (Future of Work)
Wed, March 21, 2018 eLearning SIG: How Virtual and Augmented Reality are Disrupting Learning
Tue, March 20, 2018 RESCHEDULED Monthly Chapter Event: The Modernization of L&D
Thu, March 15, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting - March
Thu, March 08, 2018 Coaching Center of Excellence: The PERILs of Team Coaching - Team Performance and Dysfunction
Thu, March 01, 2018 Coaching SIG: The Unparalelled Power of Questions - The Action Learning Coach Experience, TAKE 2
Wed, February 28, 2018 Chapter Webinar: Subject Matter Experts - Moment of Need Video & Support
Wed, February 28, 2018 ATD NYC Promoted Event: SERVANT LEADERSHIP IN ACTION
Thu, February 22, 2018 ATD NYC Networking Event February 2018
Wed, February 21, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting - February
Tue, February 20, 2018 Career Development SIG: How to Build Resilience During Transition and Change
Thu, February 15, 2018 Coaching SIG: The Unparalelled Power of Questions - The Action Learning Coach Experience
Tue, February 13, 2018 Performance Support SIG: Aligning Learning to Performance, Essential Tools & Techniques
Tue, February 06, 2018 Chapter Event: Accelerating Priority Skill Development, by Toni Handler & Gail Forkosh of Avanade
Thu, February 01, 2018 Chapter Webinar: Sticky Learning- Ensuring Transfer, Hosted by Jean Marrapodi, CEO AppleStar Productions
Sat, January 20, 2018 2018 Board of Directors Retreat
Wed, January 17, 2018 eLearning SIG: 2018 Kickoff Session - "eLearning: The Road Ahead..."
Tue, January 16, 2018 Chapter Event: The New World of Work: Josh Bersin's Predictions for 2018

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